If you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m a big fan of Flickr.com – a photo-sharing website. I have pro accounts for myself, Lambda Chi Alpha, and CFEA; and I also set up a Third Goal section to pool Peace Corps photos. When it comes to managing and sharing photos, there is nothing better […]
The bullfrogs in my pond are getting so big and so populous that I’m becoming afraid of them. The zoom on my new camera is only 3x, so I tried taking a few photos through my binoculars. It worked okay.
Today, my Casio EX-S500 Exilim digital camera arrived. Smaller in size than a deck of cards, this gadget takes 5.0 mega pixel photos, records MPEG-4 movies, and has a typical 3x optical zoom. Though I’m always excited to have a new gadget, I wonder how much I’m going to use it for my affinity for […]
Yesterday, at 6:10 p.m., JB informs me that our core membership data conversion is complete. iMIS is live. There is still a lot of work that needs to be done, for we migrated just our 250,000 member records – containing basic name, address, and chapter information. We still have to migrate their donor history and […]
At 3:00 p.m. today, Lambda Chi Alpha’s 10-year old membership management software was switched to read-only. No longer will our staff use Blackbaud’s Raiser’s Edge to update our membership database. Starting next week, they will begin using iMIS by Advanced Solutions International. This is a big change for Lambda Chi Alpha. The transition is occurring […]